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A recreation of Agamemnon’s armour, based on descriptions found in the Iliad. Made by Jeffrey Hildebrandt, commissioned by Dan Howard.

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A recreation of Agamemnon’s armour, based on descriptions found in the Iliad. Made by Jeffrey Hildebrandt, commissioned by Dan Howard.

Mycenaean helmet reconstruction. The helmet was made of felt and several layers of leather strips. The boar tusks were sewed on external leather strips placed in longitudinal rows. The boar tusks helmets have been utilized during all the Greek Bronze Age periods and are also attested in the Iliad.

Reconstruction of a Mycean helmet covered with boar tusks. Peter Conolly - The…

Trojan War, Minoan Art, Sea Peoples, Ancient Greece, Mycenaean, Ancient History, History Pics, Bronze Age, Greeks

Agamenón, Diomedes y Menelao conferenciando durante la mañana posterior al saqueo de Troya, en obra del maese Rava. http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16979&p=879620#p879147

Achaean kings (Menelaus, Diomedes and Agamemnon) in conference the morning after the sack of Troy.

Pandarus, enraged at Menelaus' triumph over Prince Paris, took aim with his bow from within the Trojan ranks at the Spartan King. His arrow, which struck and wounded Menelaus, brought an end to the truce between the Trojans and the Achaeans.

A warrior of the 'Wilusas', known to the Hittites, and recently linked to Ilium or Troy. Were the Wilusas - a significant city trading partner of the Hittites to the west - actually Homer's Trojans?

A warrior of the 'Wilusas', known to the Hittites, and recently linked to Ilium or Troy. Were the Wilusas - a significant city trading partner of the Hittites to the west - actually Homer's Trojans?

Archaic age armour from Dimitrios Katzikis at hellenicarmors.gr

Archaic age armour from Dimitrios Katzikis at hellenicarmors.

Parade armour

Only surviving complete Roman-style Armor in the world. Gift to Philip II of Spain, On display at the National Gallery of Art.

A Mycenaean or Sea Peoples warrior wearing a segmented bronze cuirass and carrying a crescent axe. Crescent axes were said to be able to cut helmets in two! ~ read recently that Mycenaean bronze armour is almost a complete mystery to archaeologists. Lots of art from the time and written descriptions but few actual pieces found.

A Mycenaean or Sea Peoples warrior wearing a segmented bronze cuirass and carrying a crescent axe. Crescent axes were said to be able to cut helmets in two!

Guerriero miceneo

Mycenaean warrior in "Dendra" armour boars tusk helmet and cow hide figure eight shield - art by Christian Jégou

ArtStation - Ryse son of Rome, Abdenour bachir

Compilation of some of the assets I worked on for Ryse, one of the most challenging project I ever worked on.

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